Some difference sequences defined by a sequence of modulus functions.
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https://doi.org/10.4067/10.4067/S071609172010000100001Keywords:
Difference sequence spaces, A sequence of modulus functionsAbstract
The idea of difference sequence spaces was introduced by Kizmaz [6], and this concept was generalized by Bektas and Colak [1]. In this paper, we define the sequence spaces and , where F = (f_{k}) is a sequence of modulus functions, and examine some inclusion relations and properties of these spaces.
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